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Staff Profile: Kim Chleborad

Baseball Operations

You won’t see Kim on the baseball fields, but she plays an important role on the team by helping our organization run well. She manages billing, coordinating projects and other behind-the-scenes work. Her work is always done in an organized and professional manner, which our families all appreciate.  Not only is she passionate about her work, but cares about the players and families at Engaged. Her many years at Engaged Companies has given her a wide variety of valuable experiences, and she is able to balance being a mom while being a part of Engaged Athletics baseball.  She and her husband have two daughters and a son. They reside in Kansas City. 


Coaching and Training Staff

VP of Baseball Operations

Blair grew up in Topeka, Kansas where he was drafted in the 2nd Round (42nd overall pick) to the Pittsburgh Pirates. He played 8 years professionally and has acquired over 20 years of coaching and training experience.  

Director of Development

Brandon brings a unique perspective to EA.  He played middle infield at the Division 1 level and has acquired over 13 years of coaching and training experience from youth through professional athletes.

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Dustin serves as an EA Staff member and Head Coach in our High School program.  As a former professional baseball player Dustin brings vast knowledge to our EA players.

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Shaun's enthusiasm for the game and the players are evident when he’s on the field. His goal is to give back to the game of baseball and leave an impact on each of his players. 

EA Staff

Scott's experience coaching and background as a utility baseball player provides him the unique ability to coach youth and high school players at a high level. 

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Wes has demonstrated an ability to connect with the kids in multiple aspects of the game. He is inspired to give back to the game of baseball and help boys better themselves.

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Jonah is a former High School All-American.  He coaches because baseball has taught him so many life lessons, and he desires to be a mentor to players.